Audio Extras for City of Dragons
Playlist for City of Dragons
Music is very important to the world of CITY OF DRAGONS …
these songs are either mentioned or played in the novel, most of them in these versions. The only number Miranda would not have heard is the Ruth Gaylor recording of My Funny Valentine, which charted in 1945. Miranda, though, would have been familiar with the song and its triumphant Broadway debut in 1937. We include it here as an early recording of this classic Rogers and Hart standard.
We hope the CITY OF DRAGONS playlist will help you discover or rekindle a love for the many jazz and blues standards of the past.
- I Can't Give You Anything But Love Billie Holiday and Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra
- These Foolish Things (Remind Me Of You) Billie Holiday and Teddy Wilson and his Orchestra
- Our Love Jack Leonard and the Tommy Dorsey Orchestra
- And The Angels Sing Martha Tilton and the Benny Goodman Orchestra
- Somewhere Over The Rainbow Judy Garland
- Moonlight Serenade Glenn Miller and his Orchestra
- If I Didn't Care The Ink Spots
- Oh Johhny Oh! Benny Goodman and his Orchestra
- Our Love Is Here To Stay George Gershwin
- Hurry Home Martha Tilton and Benny Goodman and his Orchestra
- Body And Soul Billie Holiday
- (What Did I Do To Be So) Black And Blue Ethel Waters
- Sing, You Sinners Bunny Berigan
- Try A Little Tenderness Ruth Etting
- My Funny Valentine Ruth Gaylor with Hal McIntyre and his Orchestra
- Let's Face The Music And Dance Fred Astaire
- Swing, Brother, Swing Billie Holiday
- Someone To Watch Over Me Lee Wiley
Kelli gave an audio reading of CITY OF DRAGONS for David Wilk’s terrific Writerscast. You can download it, or listen to it here or at David’s site.
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Kelli reads the first chapter of CITY OF DRAGONS
In addition to a reading, David Wilk of Writerscast interviewed Kelli about CITY OF DRAGONS, delving into a discussion of the themes of the novel, as well as background on Miranda Corbie, the protagonist.
Kelli was hosted by Roger Clark and Steve Murphy as part of the America’s Best Selling Authors radio series. You can listen in at the site.
Mystery Matters was a wonderful, hour-long program about mystery writers, hosted by author Fran Stewart.
Originally recorded for PPWebCon, Kelli shares some sounds from CITY OF DRAGONS in this podcast on setting:
Kelli moderated a panel on the PI, with authors Kaye George, Ken Kuhlken, and Stephen D. Rogers as part of the first ever virtual mystery conference, PPWebCon.